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# Which is smaller Planck time or yoctosecond?

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Planck Time Because 5.4*10^-44 seconds

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10 to the power of &minus;44 (tP) is known as Planck time. It is the unit of time for some natural systems. 10 to the power of &minus;24 yoctosecond is one quadrillionth of a second.

No. Yocto is the smallest defined. Anything smaller is undefined.

Planck length and Planck time Planck time is the time it would take a photon moving at the speed of light in a vacuum to cross a distance equal to the Planck length. The Planck length is 1.616252 &times; 10&minus;35 meters, and the Planck time is 5.39121 &times; 10&minus;44 seconds. Links are provided to the relevant Wikipedia articles.

There are 1000 yoctoseconds in one zeptosecond. Therefore, a yoctosecond is oen thousandth the length of a zeptosecond. As of 2011, yocto- is the smallest SI prefix in use. yoctosecond means One septillionth (10 -24) of a second. zeptosecond means One sextillionth (10 -21) of a second

An attosecond is one quintillionth (10 to the power of minus 18) of a second. As of 2006, the smallest unit of time that was directly measured was on the order of 1 attosecond (10&minus;18 s), or about 1026 Planck times. In physics, the Planck time, (tP), is the unit of time in the system of natural units known as Planck units. It is the time required for light to travel, in a vacuum, a distance of 1 Planck length. The unit is named after Max Planck, who was the first to propose it.

Units of time widely used in Physics and other branches of science and engineering include: -- millisecond -- microsecond -- nanosecond -- picosecond -- femtosecond -- yoctosecond

They just divide up seconds, into milli- micro- nano- etc. It's possible that the shortest interval of time is 10 to the -43 power seconds ... if time is discreet. Further details: The smallest measurable and meaningful unit of time is Planck time. In physics, this is equal to the time it takes for light to travel, in a vacuum, a distance of 1 Planck length. However, since most of us cannot relate to physics, the shortest unit of time is the Yoctosecond, which is one septillionth (short scale) of a second.

The "Planck units" are generally the smallest units used - except for the Planck unit for mass, which is fairly large.

The smallest unit of time is a Planck Time. It is approximately 5.39124 x 10^-44 second.

a femto second is 1000 times smaller 10-15 an atto second is 1000000 times smaller 10-18 According to current thinking, one Planck time = 5.39 * 10-44 seconds is the smallest unit of time that it will ever be possible to measure.

The smallest unit is the Planck Length. Theoretically, it is not that there can be nothing smaller, but for various reasons that have nothing to do with the limits of technology there is nothing that can be known about anything that happens to be smaller. For scale, the number of Planck Lengths in the diameter of a proton is 10 to the twentieth power.

-- picosecond -- femtosecond -- yoctosecond -- attosecond

Planck time, which is around 10^-44 seconds.

There are one quindecillion (10^48) yoctoseconds in a yottasecond.

I saw a planck length once. But I don't like to boast about it.

In physics, a quantum is the minimum unit of any physical entity involved in an interaction. Since there is no minimum unit of time that is currently known then, no, there is no quantum time. Aside: If one thinks of the term "quantum" more colloquially then you might say that it is a unit that is synonymous with very tiny therefore you could call a short amount of time a quanta of time. Example: In physics, the Planck time, (tP), is the unit of time in the system of natural units known as Planck units. It is the time required for light to travel, in a vacuum, a distance of 1 Planck length. Planck time is about 5.4*10^(- 44) seconds. The unit is named after Max Planck, who was the first to propose it.

It is the Planck time, which is approx 5.39*10^-44 seconds.

Max Planck was born on April 23, 1858 and died on October 4, 1947. Max Planck would have been 89 years old at the time of death or 157 years old today.

The Planck Dive was created in 1998-02.

Examples: -- picosecond -- femtosecond -- yoctosecond -- attosecond

Planck lenght is equal to 1.616252&times;10&minus;35 meters. 1020 times smaller than the diameter of a proton.

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